I am in recently joined the SCV under William T. Kelsey from the Area where Wayne and Russell Counties meet all though its not clear where exactly he lived somewhere in that vicinty along the Cumberland. Anyway he joined Dunbar's Independants Captain(actually a commision Lieutenant) Dunbar is also my ancestor as well as his son and another man by the name of Alexander Wooldridge all members of the same guerilla band they fought from the start of the War in some of the first hostilities in Tennesee and Kentucky they went down into Tennessee and joined Forrest their command became part of Colonel Lawton's loose band of similiar Independant Companies not reguarly enrolled of course and actually under no ones athourity but under the provisons of the Partisan Ranger Act they had reguarly commisoned commanding officers. Anyway the fought with Forrest until Autumn or Early Winter of 1862 when the disbanded Wooldridge joined Forrest's Scouts will the Dunbar's joined Woodward's Kentucky Regiment but William Kelsey went back to Kentucky and enlisted in Cluke's 8th Kentucky which served under Morgan on his 2nd and 3rd raids. He escaped capture in Ohio and fled south to his home where he found William Dunbar a discharged veteran of the Confederate Army who had been left in Middle Tennessee by Wheeler due to a severe wound. He was raising his Guerrilla command again to operate along the Cumberland and in South Eastern/South Cental Kentucky but the wonded up goigng done into Tennessee again upon learning of Forrest's many expeditons done there the went into the state in hope of Breaking the occupation the fought hard and long but when Forrest withdrew into Tennessee they went back to Kentucky and their secondary goal became primary to protect their homes with all hope of the Confederacy dead thats all they had they were killed together some where in Kentucky or Tennessee probably after all regular combat had ceased.